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Exhibitions

Perceptions of Greenland

16 – 23 July 2010 Featuring photographs of Edinburgh-based researchers in both fine arts and the sciences, this exhibition aims to reveal parallels in the ways various disciplines observe and interact with this arctic environment. Perceptions of Greenland includes work by Mark Eischeid, Hamer Dodds, Pete Nienow, Ian Bartholomew and Malize McBride. Developed with, and images courtesy of, Chris Cottrell.

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ASCUS Goes To . . . ECA Degree Show

Thursday 17 June 2010, 6.00 – 8.00 pm Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh Join ASCUS for a visit to this yearʼs Degree Show at the Edinburgh College of Art! Weʼll be meeting and ending at the Art Space + Nature Degree Show. Youʼll be free to wander throughout the college to see Degree Shows from the departments of Art Space …

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Scientific Poster Exhibition

Monday 29 March 2010 Sculpture Court, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh The Scientific Poster Exhibition in the elegant Sculpture Court at the Edinburgh College of Art was attended by nearly 200 scientists, artists, students, researchers, and professors. Almost 160 scientific posters were displayed, representing the latest research being conducted in geoscience, astrophysics, medicine, biology, chemistry, neuroscience, and the social sciences …

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Siccar Point

Following the Footsteps of Hutton Siccar Point is famous in the history of geology for Hutton’s Unconformity found in 1788, which James Hutton regarded as conclusive proof of his uniformitarian theory of geological development. The point is located about an hour east of Edinburgh in Berwickshire. The plan is to spend an afternoon at the site in on the 23rd …

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artsci @ eca

Monday 16 March 2009, 3.30 – 5.00 pm Hunter Building Lecture Theatre (017), Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh  

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artsci @ crew

Wednesday 12 November 2008, 5.00 – 7.00 pm Crew Building, King’s Buildings, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh To Launch the Art Collective (as we were then called) an exhibition was held in the Crew Building (Institute for Atmospheric and Environmental Science) at the University of Edinburgh’s King’s Buildings science and engineering campus. This exhibition was a solo exhibition by Dr. Emma …

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